Wednesday 15 Mar, 18:30
BLUECOAT EXHIBITIONS HISTORY: NORTHERN PERIPHERIES
Presented in partnership with Liverpool John Moores University Exhibition Studies, this panel discussion considers key strands of Bluecoat’s gallery programming since the 1970s. Dr Michael Birchall (Liverpool John Moores University & Tate Liverpool), Professor Julie Sheldon (LJMU), Gabriel Gee (Franklin University, Switzerland and author of Art in the North of England, 1979-2008) and Anjalie Dalal-Clayton (Black Artists and Modernism project) join Public View curator Bryan Biggs.
Thursday 16 Mar, 18:30
Waterstones Liverpool One
AN EVENING WITH CATHERINE MAYER
Not a single country anywhere in the world has achieved gender equality. If gender equality promises benefits not just to women, but to everyone, why aren’t we embracing it? And how can we speed the pace of change? Join us for a vital talk and Q&A with journalist and author Catherine Mayer, in association with the Women’s Equality Party.
Friday 17 Mar, 12:00
The Great Baltic Warehouse
INDEPENDENT LIVERPOOL ST PATRICK’S DAY WEEKENDER
Kiss us we’re Irish. On the 17th and 18th March we’re hosting a St. Patrick’s Day weekender like no other and we want you, yes you, to come and help us drink the bar dry. We will be bringing a little bit of Dublin to The Baltic Triangle where we will once again transform The Great Baltic Warehouse into something special. The event is spread over two days to be sure, to be sure that as many of you leave with the luck of the Irish.
Saturday 18 Mar, 12:00
FACT (FOUNDATION FOR ART AND CREATIVE TECHNOLOGY)
DO SOMETHING SATURDAYS
Get together at FACT for Do Something Saturday and see what your family can create. During our new exhibition How much of this is fiction., explore different elements of art-making and experimentation, inspired by the exhibition. Take part in our programme of hands-on workshops centred around artist activism and DIY art-making, all designed for families to create, do and learn together.
Sunday 19 Mar, 10:30
PHYSICAL THEATRE & CHARACTER MASK WORKSHOP
In this workshop we will spend the first half of the day with Tmesis exploring the expressive body, ensemble and partner work through improvisation and play. The second half will focus on character full masks with Simone Tani, exploring how to tell a story without words, using the body to convey emotions and intentions, unlocking creativity and discovering new potentials as a performer. Tmesis Theatre are one of the UK’s leading physical theatre companies creating touring work and running Liverpool’s annual physical theatre festival, Physical Fest. Simone Tani is an Ecole Phillipe Gaulier Graduate and a member of Teatro Pomodoro. He has taught mask work all over the world.